The music of Jana Rowland is electroacoustic and classical — a combination of choral and contemporary, including theatre credits, orchestral and sacred works.
Commissioned by Beccles Festival to set the Dream of Sarkis (Kahlil Gibran) for choral setting. See www.ambientclassical.com for information of works and availability.
Jana Rowland studies music from early age, singing with Esther Saloman, and Richard Wood from the Royal Academy of Music London. She graduated in Masters degree in electroacoustic music 2000 with choral work at Norwich Cathedral. Works since include classical, sacred, and contemporary. Theatre is ludicrous and fun. Childrens Opera The Voice Circus tells of a host of orphaned children featured in a circus. The children are stolen and the opera tells of their brave and exciting escapes. The Requiem is regularly performed. New works include commissioned cycle of songs at 13th November Snape Maltings with Libby Purves as Narrator, entitled “Dialogue with the Sea” sung by Britten Pears Choir and the Wenhaston Girls Choir.